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High phosphate level
In my blood test, renal function and metabolism screen i found my uric acid level is 615umol/L while phosphate level is 2.1mmol/L . Too high ! May i know why my phosphate level suddenly gone so high ( before is 1.17mmol/L ) ? And high phosphate rate will cause any disease ,how to prevent it ? My glucose,blood ( fasting ) 5.2mmol/L while glucose,blood ( 1.0hr ) 9.5mmol/L . How to lower the rate .
TQ !
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Phosphates are added to processed foods. These are different than the ones found in nature, they cause metabolic dysregulation, like you are reporting. You probably will not damage your metabolic pathways permanently, the main risk is under-nutrition. If you are pregnant or have any nutritional deficiencies the risk to your health is not acceptable.
Lay off the cola and processed cheese.
Always read the label or you might get poisoned.

Sauce.
Kemi, V. E., Rita, H. J., Kärkkäinen, M. U., Viljakainen, H. T., Laaksonen, M. M., Outila, T. A., & Lamberg-Allardt, C. J. (2009). Habitual high phosphorus intakes and foods with phosphate additives negatively affect serum parathyroid hormone concentration: A crosssectional study on healthy premenopausal women. Public Health Nutrition, 12(10), 1885-1892. doi:10.1017/S1368980009004819
Lau, K., McLean, W. G., Williams, D. P., & Howard, C. V. (2006). Synergistic interactions between commonly used food additives in a developmental neurotoxicity test. Toxicological Sciences, 90(1), 178-187. doi:10.1093/toxsci/kfj073
Monsen, E. R., & Cook, J. D. (1976). Food iron absorption in human subjects IV. The effects of calcium and phosphate salts on the absorption of nonheme iron. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 29, 1142- 1148.
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